Looking for an affordable solution to fill in the gaps in your smile? A versatile dental bridge might be the solution. Come to a Smiles Dental office in Washington or Oregon to talk about the many options available.
If you have an old mercury amalgam filling, contact Smiles Dental. We offer SMART (Safe Mercury Amalgam Removal Technique) as part of our general dentistry services and we can replace that filling with something that looks more natural and is better for your health.
Tooth enamel may be incredibly strong, but unfortunately, it’s not invincible. Sometimes the wrong bite on something hard or an accident can leave you with a broken tooth. Read our blog to learn how Smiles Dental can fix that up for you to protect your oral health.
Dental implants have many benefits, both for your oral health and for your mental health. Smiling, eating and speaking with confidence and comfort contribute to a better quality of life. Come visit one of our Washington offices today for a consultation.
Contact Smiles Dental if you need a root canal. It’s actually a very common procedure that can alleviate pain and prevent future problems. We are experienced at making you as comfortable as possible during the procedure.
Make 2020 the year that you treat yourself to an upgraded smile. If you want a realistic and long-lasting way to correct imperfections in your smile, then porcelain veneers are a great solution. Read our blog for more info.
Do you have crooked or crowded teeth but don’t want to wear metal braces? Then clear aligner therapy might be the ideal solution for you. Read our blog post where we go over the benefits of clear aligner options along with ways to tell that they’re the right solution for you.
Missing one or more teeth is not only damaging to your self-esteem, but it can make it harder to talk, eat your favorite foods, and flash a smile. Dental implants, however, can help you have a healthy smile again. Read our blog post where we go over when you should consider getting dental implants and what the procedure is like.
If you’ve just received a dental crown or a dental implant, you may be looking into the best ways to take care of your restoration so that it lasts you as long as possible. Check out our blog post for advice on caring for your dental crowns and dental implants.
If you’re dealing with a damaged or missing tooth, you may know that you need some type of restorative dental treatment, but then feel a little bit clueless about where to go from there. Read our blog post to learn about the differences between dental crowns and dental bridges, and which may be right for you.